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Acadia authorities trying to locate suspects in cases

Guy Joseph Dugas (Source: Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish) Guy Joseph Dugas (Source: Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish)
Chad Ray Thibodeaux (Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish) Chad Ray Thibodeaux (Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish)
ACADIA PARISH, LA (KPLC) -

Crime Stoppers of Acadia Parish is looking for two wanted fugitives.

Authorities said 30-year-old Guy Joseph Dugas, a white male, is wanted in a case involving an attempted burglary of a business.

Dugas is 5-feet, 11-inches and weighs around 140 pounds. He is described as having thin hair and a medium build. His last known address was in Crowley.

Authorities said 34-year-old Chad Ray Thibodeaux, also a white male, is wanted in a case involving burglary of an inhabited dwelling.

Thibodeaux is 5-feet, 9-inches and weighs around 180 pounds. He is described as having light brown hair and a medium build. His last known address was in Crowley.

Those with information on the two suspects in these cases are asked to call the tips line at 789-TIPS / 789-8477.

All callers will remain anonymous and can receive up to a $1,000 cash reward.

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